SEMS extended until July 2017

We are happy to announce that the SEMS project has been extended, and now runs until July 2017. During the remaining months, we will focus on improving our MOST tool for exploration of differences between versions of a model; and we will investigate how to measure differences between SED-ML files.  

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End of 2016, end of SEMS?

It has been an exciting year for us, with good old and brand new collaborations, exciting projects, research stays close by and far away… We are right in the middle of the 5th year of SEMS funding, meaning that the project will come to an end soon – we’re closing down on the 28th of […]

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BiVeS-WebApp as a Docker image

Today we compiled the BiVeS web application into a Docker image. Using Docker it is very simple to run the application on your desktop, your server, your cloud… The Docker image is available from the Docker Hub as binfalse/bives-webapp. To pull the latest version of the BiVeS web application just call 1docker pull binfalse/bives-webapp Running […]

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de.NBI action at COMBINE 2015 tutorial

At this year’s COMBINE tutorial, a satellite to the ICSB 2015, we taught different tools and possibilities to prepare model-based results for publication in public repositories such as BioModels and PMR2. We also encouraged people to try out our own model management solutions, particularly BiVeS, MaSyMoS, M2CAT and CAT. The slides for the introductory talk […]

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